GitLab, a San Francisco-based producer of software development and IT web-based lifecycle tools, completed its IPO Thursday, selling 10.4 million shares at $77 each, raising $800 million for an $11 billion valuation.
The company had upsized its expected pricing range to $66 to $69 per share from $55 to $60.
Shares of GTLB began trading on the Nasdaq Thursday at $77.
Gitlab, Thursday, has upsized its expected price range to $66 to $69 per share from the originally announced $55 to $60 range.
The software developer is seeking a $10 billion valuation in the deal.
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and BofA Securities are the underwriters on the IPO.
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